The looking-glass self is a social psychological concept, created by Charles
Horton Cooley in ..... "A Theory of the Valenced Other: The Intersection of the
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May 27, 2013 ... The concept of the looking glass-self theory constitutes the cornerstone of the
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Oct 27, 2014 ... Have you ever thought of why some people have a higher or lower self-esteem
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Aug 29, 2001 ... Sociological Theory Department of Sociology and Anthropology UMD. Charles
Horton Cooley. From Charles Horton Cooley, Human Nature ...
The concept of the looking glass self describes how an individual develops his or
... He used the example of a looking glass to illustrate his theory (Coser, 1977).
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The Looking Glass Self by Matt Moody, Ph.D. In the early 1900's, social
psychologist Charles Horton Cooley proposed a theory called "the Looking Glass